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When readers use a 3M SelfCheck Station, they will be shown other titles that may be of interest that their library has. They can place holds on those items, receive email recommendations or print the recommendations on their receipt. The partnership not only serves the reader, but it promotes the library services as well.
EBSCO Information Services has partnered with the Kuali Foundation to advance discovery layer implementations for the Kuali OLE community. With the partnership, EBSCO is looking to support the needs of librarians and end users.
There will be a session at ALA-Annual in Chicago to discuss the EBSCO/Kuali OLE KCA partnership and the overall collaboration objectives on June 29 at 2 p.m.
The release is below and can also be found on the EBSCO website at: http://www.ebscohost.com/newsroom/stories/the-kuali-foundation-and-ebsco... or online at: http://www.prweb.com/releases/EDS/Kuali/prweb10865687.htm
ALA'S JUNE ANNUAL FEATURES THE HAUNTING AND PARADISE TAXI (ISBN: 9780615685434) at Combined Book's booth 2325
(Imprint) Cynthia Lynn (a division of Cynthia Lynn Writing Enterprises)
THE HAUNTING AND PARADISE TAXI (ISBN 9780615685434) is Cynthia Lynn's (member of Authors Guild) first novel. Her book is featured at the American Library Association's June 2013 Annual "Print Book Showcase" Combined Book's booth 2325. "Kirkus Indie Review" said, this book offers a measure of hope and that someone will come to help when you need them.
LIBRARIAN ALERT #1: now ALA'S JUNE ANNUAL FEATURES THE HAUNTING AND PARADISE TAXI (ISBN: 9780615685434)
Author, Cynthia Lynn is a member of Authors Guild, her first novel THE HAUNTING AND PARADISE TAXI (ISBN 9780615685434) is featured in the American Library Association's 2013 Annual "Print Book Showcase." The "Kirkus Indie Review" said, this book offers a measure of hope: that someone will come to help when you need them.
North Bethesda, MD, June 20, 2013-Bonnechere Union Public Library, located in Eganville, Ontario, Canada, has joined LibLime Koha and LibLime Koha 4.14.
Grant from Sloan Foundation will fund community-informed effort to standardize collection and use of alternative metrics measuring research impact
Gale Transforms Research of the Nineteenth Century with the Expansion of Nineteenth Century Collections Online
New Archives Available covering Europe & Africa, Photography, Women, and Science, Technology & Medicine
The Accidental Law Librarian: Anthony Aycock’s New Book Is the First Practical Guide to Law Librarianship to Be Published in Over 20 Years
For Immediate Release
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A collaboration between EBSCO Information Services and Coutts Information Services has allowed EBSCO eBooks™ to be integrated with Ingram's OASIS® content, creating one of the largest and most comprehensive content repositories of academic e-book content for libraries. Users of the OASIS platform that have their account enabled will have access to an expanded selection of scholarly, frontlist and award-winning e-book titles from leading publishers.
The release is below and can also be found online at: http://www.prweb.com/releases/2013/6/prweb10843107.htm or on the EBSCO website at http://www.ebscohost.com/newsroom/stories/ebsco-ebooks-now-available-on-...
28 Teeth of Rage and Delphine Dodd Nominated in Shirley Jackson Award Novella Category
LOS ANGELES, California (June 17, 2013) — Dark fantasy and horror publisher Omnium Gatherum Media (OGM) is pleased to announce two of its 2012 novellas have been nominated for the Shirley Jackson Award (SJA).
28 Teeth of Rage (Ennis Drake) and Delphine Dodd (S.P. Miskowski) are both nominated in the novella category, representing two of the five potential winners. This is Drake's debut and first award nomination; however, Miskowski's Knock Knock was nominated in the SJA novel category in 2011.